Ugh. Don't you just hate it when you swipe right and the guy shows up looking far poorer than his profile pic? (Whatever that looks like.)
In case your current dating app's miscalculations have been setting you up with dudes who aren't even close to entering your tax bracket, why not try your luck with Luxy? (Members include "CEOs, entrepreneurs, investors, millionaires, beauty queens, fitness models, Hollywood celebrities, pro athletes, doctors, lawyers, and successful people," according to its description on Google Play.)
"Tinder minus the riffraff" is Luxy's not-elitist-in-the-slightest catchphrase, which gives us a distinct whiff of Aladdin and Princess Jasmine. (Who, if you'll remember, made a pretty swell couple despite being a street rat/scoundrel and a sultan's offspring, respectively.) Nevertheless, to effectively keep out the great unwashed while an income-verification system is being developed, users choose their five favorite brands from a list that inexplicably excludes Céline, CNN reports.
Then they retreat to their gold-leafed salons to scroll through profiles, confident that, somewhere out there, their perfect matches will also be decadently ensconced in their own Richard Prince-lined penthouses.
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